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Makman, M. (1982). Adolescent Psychiatry. VII, 1979: Family Dynamics and Object-Relations Theory: An Analytic, Group-Interpretive Approach to Family Therapy. Roger L. Shapiro. Pp. 118-135.. Psychoanal Q., 51:334.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Adolescent Psychiatry. VII, 1979: Family Dynamics and Object-Relations Theory: An Analytic, Group-Interpretive Approach to Family Therapy. Roger L. Shapiro. Pp. 118-135.

(1982). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 51:334

Adolescent Psychiatry. VII, 1979: Family Dynamics and Object-Relations Theory: An Analytic, Group-Interpretive Approach to Family Therapy. Roger L. Shapiro. Pp. 118-135.

Marianne Makman

In reviewing basic theory of family dynamics and therapy, this paper reiterates a point crucial in Shapiro's work. We are reminded that unconscious family assumptions may lead to external resistances in the analyses of adolescents. The author recommends, if not conjoint family therapy, then at least conjoint family interviewing as an invaluable adjunct to the treatment of adolescents.

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Makman, M. (1982). Adolescent Psychiatry. VII, 1979. Psychoanal. Q., 51:334

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